Before you head out to see Steven Spielberg’s next film, The BFG, check out the Raold Dahl book that inspired it.
So far, so good: every day Pittsburghers rely on the Library for computer access, educational programs for children and teens, support for adult goals and dreams, and help finding a good book, CD, or movie.
For today’s celebration of Syttende Mai (Seventeenth May), also called Nasjonaldagen (The National Day) or Grunnlovsdagen (The Constitution Day), I wanted to make you aware of a rare bit of … Continued
Frances and Lilian’s feelings for each other unfold at just the right pace. There’s an art to these things, and Waters understands it.
Each year librarians at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Main Children’s Department perform a puppet show throughout the month of May.
Memphis is known as the “Home of the Blues, Birthplace of Rock ‘n Roll.” One of the city’s most famous recording studios was Sam Phillips’s Sun Studio down on Union … Continued
Beyonce’s and Drake’s newest albums may be their best to date.
Sherrie Flick’s new collection of flash fiction might come in teeny tiny packages, but these stories pack a punch.
Gardening with kids can be fun and educational, but did you know that it’s also full of sensory benefits? Children learn about the world using their senses, and as they … Continued
Even though I absolutely love musicals, I realize they exist in a weird world. I scratched the surface and found these four oddities in our collection.